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W&N Food & Drink HB July £14.99 128pp Full colour throughout 978 0 297 86895 8 eBook: £14.99 / 978 0 297 86896 5

RACHEL KHOO Rachel Khoo’s Sweet & Savoury Pâtés

Easy brunch and snack ideas to inspire you to create the perfect homemade tartines. From her tiny kitchen in Paris, Rachel Khoo has revolutionised the way we think about French food with her bestselling book and TV series, The Little Paris Kitchen. In Sweet and Savoury Pâtés, Rachel brings her innovative blend of creativity and style to the home kitchen to show you how to make a variety of spreads. From a nutty pâté, fruit curd and lots of clever ideas for chocolate and caramel, this collection of recipes provide the homemade, healthy alternative to all of your favourite spreads. Rachel Khoo studied at Le Cordon Bleu before starting her own restaurant in her flat in Paris. She is the bestselling author of The Little Paris Kitchen.

W&N Food & Drink HB November £16.99 224pp Full colour throughout 978 0 297 87087 6 ebook: £16.99 / 978 0 297 87088 3

ISABELLA BEETON, GERARD BAKER Mrs Beeton’s Homemade Sweetshop Favourite sweets from humbugs to caramels to make, give and enjoy

The complete guide to British confectionery by the original domestic goddess – fully updated for the modern kitchen. Inspired by those classic techniques in the Book of Household Management, this beautiful book will include fail-safe advice and an array of our favourite sweets. From aniseed humbugs, champagne chocolate truffles, clotted cream fudge to rhubarb and rose Turkish delight and apple and cinnamon pastilles, now any cook can recreate a touch of Victoriana in their own kitchen. Isabella Beeton was born in London in 1836. She is considered the doyenne of British cooking and one of the most influential cooks in history. Gerard Baker is a chef, food writer, broadcaster and historian. He has written extensively for The Times, The Kitchen Garden and BBC Good Food.


Location: London Available for interview f/rkhooks @rkhooks author:

Location (Gerard Baker): Roos, near Hull Available for interview @gerardbaker1

W&N Non-Fiction • July / November 2014